Thread: TPS Shafts
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03-06-2007, 05:51 PM
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TPS Shafts

Well i've been needing a backup and wanted to experiment with a whippier stick for when im not playing in traffic. Also looking at shafts so i can add an ABS blade for when i play roller hockey. With that said, an email arrived today getting me 60% off of TPS related products. Wrist protectors, blades, shafts, ops, etc. (PM me if you dont have the hockeygiant code).

I wouldn't normally make a thread about this but I figured some people might also be interested if they knew about this huge discount and I'd rather the word get out around HF before other places.

http://www.hockeygiant.com/hockey-co...sr-shafts.html

So, from not assuming that the most expensive is the best of the bunch there, anyone got opinions? I can't find much on TPS shafts other than the whip flex launches rockets.

Also opinions on TPS blades? any ABS or ice blades too since there's a variety of roller/ice players around here and because personally i'll grab a blade for both =p. (i just know im going to frustrate myself switching the blades on and off) Patterns and curves are of importance obviously. So if anyone knows a curve closest to Sakic. maintaining the 5.5 lie would be good.

blades: http://www.hockeygiant.com/stick---s...nt-blades.html

anyway this is mostly a heads up and discussion. 60% off is huge. PM me if you want the code and use it at checkout for the discount.

edit: code is tps67 and it only works on the cs2 redlite shaft (which is now only available in stiff flex), the crossfire blade, and the wrist protectors.


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